Restaurants with Entertainment In London

Drinking, dining and spectacular shows go hand in hand at some of the best eateries in the city. Ignite your senses with burlesque beauties, cabaret cavorts, live music or even extravagant circus tricks and treats at these spectacular spot, where the food on your plate isn't the only delight. If you fancy something a little more exciting than your typical date night or mundane dinner experience, take a look at our pick of the best restaurants with entertainment in London. 

Last updated on 6th September 2021

Embarking on a meal out in London? Then to the Flight Club you must flock. Not only boasting one of the only digitally responsive sets of dartboards in the business, you can tuck into hearty pizzas and settle matches in the venue's oche. 


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With a stage set to dazzle an array of senses, this swanky West End restaurant fuses nightlife and luxuriant dining together. Playing host to DJ talent, live music and some of the best cuisine in London, Quaglino's is a destination for fragrant foods, great entertainment and decadence. 

Camden Cabaret

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Chow down on tasty pizzas and sip on fizz as you're entertained by some of North London's most talented performers. Camden Cabaret's Friday night variety show will see comedians, burlesque dancers and musicians take to the stage for your entertainment.

Without doubt one of the most unique Afternoon Tea experiences in London comes courtesy of these guys. Hop aboard a vintage Routemaster bus and marvel at the sites; you'll be checking in on Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Royal Albert Hall on this dainty adventure. There's a delightful choice of sandwiches, pastries, cakes and macaroons for company, and you're welcome to bring a bottle of bubbly for a £5 corkage fee.

Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club

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One of the best restaurants with entertainment that London has to offer, Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club is somewhat of an institution. Join them for swoon-worthy live performances, ranging from big bands to burlesque, alongside a menu of classic French cuisine.